The Riviera Maya on the Caribbean coastline of Mexico is connected to the world’s second largest coral reef, the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef. The cave systems of the area are recognised as the most extensive in the world and represent the largest natural supply of freshwater for the people of the Yucatan Peninsula. In recent years, the breathtaking natural beauty of the Riviera Maya has become a global development hotspot for a burgeoning tourist industry. This scenic destination is suffering as resorts are rapidly expanding across the coastline with little to no long-term strategic or sustainable planning. Many developments have minimal to no wastewater treatment. This film explores local solutions to remediate these issues.